Sport Report: Buccaneers still out on Antonio Brown

00:45  01 july  2020
00:45  01 july  2020 Source:   profootballrumors.com

Report: Buccaneers still not interested in signing Antonio Brown

  Report: Buccaneers still not interested in signing Antonio Brown Do the Buccaneers need Brown? Probably not. They already have arguably the best wide receiver tandem in the NFL in Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, and they also lured Rob Gronkowski out of retirement. Between Brown’s extensive off-field issues and his rocky relationship with Arians, he probably isn’t worth the potential headache.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are not likely to sign Antonio Brown despite rumors that Tom Brady would want to bring the wide receiver with him NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Thursday on Free Agency Frenzy that the Bucs likely won't be adding Brown , despite his close relationship with

Stephen A. Smith reacts to Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians ruling out Tampa Bay signing Antonio Brown after Tom Brady joined as a free agent.

Some Antonio Brown-to-Tampa Bay rumblings resurfaced Tuesday morning, but Bruce Arians‘s March stance on his former charge may still stand.

a man standing in front of a crowd: Don't read too much into the AB-to-TB rumors. © Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports Don't read too much into the AB-to-TB rumors.

The Buccaneers remain uninterested in adding the former perennial All-Pro wideout, Dianna Russini of ESPN.com tweets. With Tampa Bay arming for an all-in window behind Tom Brady for two years, Brown would certainly make sense from a football perspective and give the Bucs a historically loaded pass-catching corps. The move would be risky, though, and Arians said months ago the team would not pursue Brown.

Watch: Antonio Brown works out with Russell Wilson

  Watch: Antonio Brown works out with Russell Wilson There have been rumblings that the Seahawks will look to add another top receiver, and Brown could fill that role. Brown is still awaiting word from the NFL on a possible suspension, however. The league has investigated the sexual misconduct allegations against him from two different women in addition to other off-field problems the 31-year-old has had. Brown is basically in limbo until the NFL announces a disciplinary decision.

The Buccaneers are unlikely to consider a deal for Brown , reports Ian Rapoport of NFL.com. Brown spent 2019 as a content-creating maven, going from the Steelers to the Raiders to the Pats. But multiple legal issues cropped up, including a short stay in jail, and the NFL is still investigating him

Remember the reports that Tom Brady wanted personnel control in his next destination? Appearing on CBS Sports Radio with Tiki Barber and Brandon Tierney, Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians addressed the question of whether the Buccaneers would be signing receiver Antonio Brown , a

Brown remains under NFL investigation for multiple incidents — including two alleged acts of sexual misconduct — and is expected to face a suspension this season. Given the superstar receiver’s volatile run over the past 1 1/2 years, teams will be hesitant to give him another chance immediately. But Brown’s talent points to him receiving at least one more opportunity at some point.

The soon-to-be 32-year-old weapon has been linked to the Ravens and Seahawks, though Baltimore is believed to also be uninterested in adding Brown to its pass-catching stable. Russell Wilson is believed to have lobbied for the mercurial talent at multiple junctures.

The Bucs already employ Pro Bowlers Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, and scant precedent exists for a tight end trio as deep as Tampa’s Rob GronkowskiO.J. HowardCameron Brate group. But Brady was believed to be against the Patriots cutting Brown last year and has been rumored to support the Bucs bringing him in. For now, however, that does not appear to be a front-burner matter for the team.

Buccaneers among Jamal Adams' preferred trade destinations

  Buccaneers among Jamal Adams' preferred trade destinations An eighth team will reportedly be included in Jamal Adams' list of preferred trade destinations. Along with the initial seven clubs Adams would reportedly be willing to play for following a trade, the New York Jets' All-Pro safety said he'd love to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he told ESPN's Ryan Clark, according to Field Yates. Adams likes the idea of reuniting with Buccaneers defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, who coached him with the Jets for two seasons (2017 and 2018).Tampa Bay would join a list of clubs featuring the Baltimore Ravens, Dallas Cowboys, Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs, Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers, and Seattle Seahawks.

Dan reports that Antonio Brown will NOT be on the Commissioner's Exempt list. That means that the only thing holding back Brown from playing on Sunday will be his knowledge of the Of course, Brown isn't out of the woods yet. The NFL's investigation of this matter is ongoing, and his accuser

Antonio Brown can cross Tampa Bay off his list. Bruce Arians says Buccaneers will not sign Antonio Brown : 'It's not a fit here'. Prior to Brady joining the Bucs, there were reports he wanted to reunite with Brown .

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